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Thursday, September 23, 2021
11:00am - 1:00pm (Central time)
Thursday, September 23, 2021
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Eyndia Elon Biggs began her journey on March 11,1998 in Missouri City, Texas. The only daughter and youngest child of Quintin and Sheila Biggs, she attended Willowridge Prep Academy, Staﬀord Elementary Schools in Staﬀord Texas and Burnett Elem and Austin Middle School in Galveston Texas. In High School, Eyndia attended Culinary School at Galveston College, she would later become an excellent chef and cook. Because of her high academic achievements, she became one of a few people selected to attend the Stem Program at Ball Prep Academy, where she graduated with honors. She graduated from Galveston College with a 4.0 GPA and a degree in Cosmetology. At an early age, she joined Brentwood Baptist Church in Houston, Texas where she attended Sunday School and Church regularly.
Eyndia had a passion for fashion and make-up. She was also passionate about entrepreneurship. She opened a very successful online Nail Design business at the age of 21. She received glowing reviews because of her meticulous attention to detail and perfection. She radiated beauty wherever she went publicly. Eyndia had a natural flare for fashion. Always dressed extremely fashionable and colorful. Her ability to apply makeup professionally was always praised by everyone in her presence. Eyndia was gifted from God with natural beauty. She would enter a room and heads would turn as her natural beauty stood out. However, it was her inner beauty that radiated and complimented the outer beauty.
Eyndia loved to watch the television show, Jeopardy. She was extremely smart and would answer 95% of the questions correctly. She loved the game of basketball and enjoyed watching some of her favorite teams and play ers. She had a passion for cooking and was an excellent Chef, known to cook delicious cuisine meals for her parents and friends. Eyndia was a quiet, caring, and compassionate person. A genuine loving friend, a cherished devoted daughter and sister, who loved her immediate and extended family. She was especially fond of her male cousins Tre, LeOtis, Nickkolaus, Jermaine (deceased) and her two nephews, Quaylyn and Marcus.
She excelled in the workplace, and in all of her endeavors. She enjoyed family get togethers and was always happy to see her extended family. She loved the Christmas Holiday season and enjoyed helping decorate the house at Christmas time. She enjoyed traveling, shopping, and watching good movies.
Eyndia loved the Lord and although did not have a Church home in Galveston, she prayed daily and studied the bible consistently. She had a deep relationship with God.
After 46 courageous days in the Hospital, Eyndia lost her battle with Covid. On September 11, 2021. She is preceded in death by her loving Aunts, Susan Jones, Marsha Wheeler and Jackie Biggs, Doris Jean Ayers, Uncle, Marcus Lee and Mike Biggs, Cousin, Jermaine Biggs.
Her much too early homegoing is survived by Mother, Sheila Biggs, Father, Quintin Biggs; Brother Quintin Michael Biggs; Nephews, Quaylyn and Marcus Biggs; Cousins, Ocie Garrett III, (Diana), LeOtis Garrett (Karolina), Marcellius Joyce, Nickolaus Wheeler, Marquette Morris (Talton), Brandon Biggs (Eboni), Shondra Biggs, Kellie Biggs, Aunt, Freeda Moore (Dr. Yondell Moore), Aunt Sandra Biggs, 2nd Cousins, Christopher Jones, and Judith Robinson.
Extended Family, Aunt, Dorothy Mack (Aunt Dot) Alvin Mack (Uncle Alvin); Frankie McCoy (Ms. Frankie), Tiana Jones (God-Sister), Deborah Henderson (Aunt Jo). Close childhood friend, Krishauna Mack and very close best friend TyTiana Ford, and numerous other relatives and friends.
Eyndia also leaves to mourn tremendously Gelo Powell, the love of her life and the father of her unborn child, Sage Emon Powell, age 24 weeks.